Tag: photojournalism

Montreal Canadiens vs Ottawa Senators in Gander, Newfoundland

After covering the Stanley Cup in Twillingate, my next task was to cover the Ottawa Senators vs Montreal Canadiens game in Gander, Newfoundland & Labrador. While Twillingate won the Kraft Hockeyville, Gander was a bigger nearby centre which could accommodate more people. So off I went… After security completed a semi-awkward clearance of my camera Read More

Globe & Mail: Hurricane Fiona

On my last or second last day, one of the photo editors from the Globe & Mail called. She asked if I’d stay and do a few more images for an upcoming Saturday edition of the Globe and Mail. Greg Mercer was coming flying in and I’d be teamed up with Greg. I said sure Read More

St. John’s Active Criminal Threat

After spending some time discussing upcoming Hurricane Fiona with Reuters, a notice came in about a criminal threat in St. John’s, Newfoundland. I had been in Newfoundland for about 10ish days already, covering the Avalon peninsula. Travelling around the county side taking landscape photos of the beautiful sights of Newfoundland. (p.s. in case you haven’t Read More

Quebec City’s Hôtel de Glace (Ice Hotel)

I was assigned to go to cover a storm hitting Bathurst for The Weather Network on March 12th. I covered it for them and while I was up there, a solar storm was brewing which usually causes the northern lights. Sadly, another impact was also brewing. On March 13th I found out a friend had Read More

PEI Potato Destruction

Prince Edward Island had to destruct a large number of potatoes this year as there was a Canadian ban in place from exporting PEI spuds to the USA. For seed potatoes, this went further as they could not export their potatoes off PEI. This had a huge impact on our farmers. Rod Nickel wrote about Read More

PEI Potato Ban Causing Economic Pain

A couple of weeks ago, the Washington Post reached out asking me to create some imagery on a story they were doing on PEI potatoes being denied access to the U.S. markets. Additionally, seed potato farmers were not allowed to export their products off PEI due to a ban inplace. This had a huge impact Read More

January 29th & Feb 4th – PEI Snowstorm

On January 29th, I had a new first. I ended up doing some work (as a freelancer) creating video for The Weather Network. Instead of posting the video here, I am just gonna post some imagery I created. The video was utilized throughout the Weather Network in different formats. You can see one of them Read More

PEI’s First Snowstorm in 2022

On Friday, Prince Edward Island received our first snowstorm and it was a doozy. As someone who loves photographing the snow, I was rather happy to see a large snowfall. Not just for things like snowshoeing and skiing but for photography. Late Friday, I had gotten some tips from some peace officers that a large Read More

Moncton CUPE Strike

Moncton CUPE Strike

On November 1st, 2021, the Canadian Union of Public Employees went on strike all over New Brunswick. I was asked to cross the pond and cover it for Reuters. Read More

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